Passenger Calls Out Couple Cuddling on Airplane in Photo, Exposing Bare Feet in the Aisle: 'My View'

Two airplane passengers raised eyebrows for their chosen positions during their flight

<p>Alix Joseph/X</p> Plane passengers cuddling

Alix Joseph/X

Plane passengers cuddling

An air traveler couldn't believe his eyes when he watched a couple seated just ahead of him cuddle throughout their four-hour flight.

It's no secret that getting comfortable on a plane can be a challenge. Passengers are limited in the positions they can be in, in a confined space. That didn't stop one ambitious couple from laying down across their three-seat row, cuddling each other.

"I can't believe my view on the plane," the traveler tweeted. "It was like this the whole four-hour flight 😆😆."

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A few people thought the moment he captured between the couple was cute, noting that in one photo, you could see the two making a heart with their hands.

"i want what they have," one X (formerly Twitter) user shared.

However, many travelers noted they wouldn't want someone's bare feet facing the aisle and other passengers.

"I'm more mad that they’re barefoot," they wrote.

<p>Alex Kraus/Bloomberg via Getty Images</p> Stock image of empty seats in an airplane cabin

Alex Kraus/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Stock image of empty seats in an airplane cabin

The topic of whether it’s acceptable for passengers to take off their shoes on planes has been a continual heated debate in the travel realm. Last fall, PEOPLE chatted with writer and adviser Nicole Campoy Jackson of Fora Travel to get an expert opinion on proper plane etiquette.

“I'm a firm believer in covered feet on a flight. If that's shoes, great. If that's socks, great,” Jackson said. “But no one should have bare feet on a plane. If you've worn sandals to the airport, bring a pair of socks with you for the flight."

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